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Is it advisable to take alcohol when uric acid is high ?

my s. uric acid is 8.29% and s.sgot(ast) is 49.7%and s.sgpt(alt) is 69.6% . . my weight is 74.4 kg hight is 173 age is 35 i am taking alchohal mostly regular from last 1.5 years. averagely 3.5 pags.per day. and now i stop from last 2 weeks and start taking food without butter and question is can i take alchohal and how much and how much day in week? i will obliged if you give me answer..
Asked On : Fri, 15 Jul 2011
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Hi,Yogesh ,thanks for query.My dear why don`t you ask what to do about reports,why my uric acid high and liver enzymes are raised.Please go for lipid profile and blood sugar first.Have the complete idea of your health status and then think of alcohol.Ideally you should not consume alcohol,it has no beneficial effect in what so ever perspective you ask.Your liver function test have already started altering ,you should avoid alcohol totally.
wishing you good health.
Answered: Fri, 15 Jul 2011
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hi welcome to your liver hormone is also high and simultaneously uric acid level so you have to avoid alcohol because your liver become weak not having capacity to digest alcohol.
Answered: Thu, 12 Jan 2012
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